Well folks, it is now 2017, and we have not only put men in the women’s restrooms, but we also have people are claiming to be “non-binary” which basically means they are so confused with life that they do not even remember whether they are male or female. Thanks Obama.
Actress, and proclaimed feminist, Emma Watson is front and center in this movement and all of the nonsense that ensues. She accepted the first ever “genderless” MTV award…whatever that means. The person who presented this award to her was Orange is the New Black’s actress Asia Kate Dillon.
I find it interested that Dillon is still referred to as an “actress” since she claims to be “non-binary.” Just give it time though. I am sure they will come up with a term for the “genderless” actresses and actors. If you ask me, they need to see a doctor because they are obviously working through some serious psychological issues.
Dillon said, “This year has been full of firsts for me. I am the first, openly, non-binary actor to play a non-binary character on a major, television show and now it’s so cool to be here presenting the first, acting award ever that celebrates performance, free of any gender distinctions. Tonight, we celebrate portrayals of the human experience because the only distinction we should be making when it comes to awards is between each outstanding performance. I am honored to give this golden popcorn trophy to one of these talented nominees.”
Daily Wire reports:
Watson gave the most SJW-appeasing speech of all time.
“The first acting award in history that doesn’t separate nominees based on their sex says something about how we perceive the human experience. MTV’s move to create a genderless award for acting will mean something different to everyone, but, to me, it indicates that acting is about the ability to put yourself in someone else’s shoes and that doesn’t need to be separated into two, different categories,” said Watson. “Empathy and the ability to use your imagination should have no limits.”
Then the Beauty and the Beast actress stopped mid-sentence to hug and thank Dillon “for educating me in such an inclusive, patient and loving way.
“I’m so proud to be a part of a film that celebrates diversity, literacy, inclusion, joy and love the way that this one does,” continued Watson.
They seem to think that this fixes the “female oppression” in Hollywood, which is just a load of bull in the first place. First of all, women are not oppressed. Second of all, even if they were, to present a “genderless” award takes away from that femininity. Idiots.